The use of employee-owned devices (EODs) within the enterprise has exploded recently. There are numerous aspects that impact an organization when employee-owned devices are allowed into the IT environment. As a result, enterprises need a cohesive plan that addresses each of the key elements of supporting EODs.
The risk of data loss and security breaches from mobile computing is substantial, whether it’s lost devices, hackers gaining entry via mobile employees or the steady stream of new threats coming out. This checklist is designed to help you identify key steps to take to minimize the potential for security breaches and loss of data associated with mobile devices.
Despite each seismic shift in technology over the years, the essential challenges in protecting corporate information and assets have always been the same. In fact, each shift in IT architecture, with a constant push toward more openness and ubiquity of applications and data, has made security harder, not easier. This white paper describes the mobile security landscape including the BYOD and consumerization revolution, the tools and technologies available to bring security to enterprise mobility in today's environment and why some of them fall short.
This whitepaper serves as a guide to understanding the components and implementation of an enterprise mobility management strategy.
Tips for updating or writing a corporate mobile policy document that addresses corporate owned and employee owned or BYOD devices.
This whitepaper is the service executive's guide for obtaining approval and funding for purchasing and implementation mission critical field service and mobility solutions.
From cost center to growth center, this report examines how warehousing operations and IT professionals are responding to the significant changes and challenges facing the industry over the next five years.
Get the most out of every mile: overhaul your operations with a real-time delivery network with mobility for trucking, freight, and delivery from Motorola.
How much can you expect to save by investing in a mobile application platform? Forrester Consulting, commissioned by IBM, examined the total economic impact and potential ROI that enterprises may realize by deploying Worklight.
The use of HTML5 for enterprise mobile application development continues to increase. The limitations, however, of HTML5 as a tool to develop robust cross-platform mobile enterprise applications is also very clear, especially when addressing critical enterprise requirements such as managing large datasets, enabling robust security and application responsiveness. In addition, backend integration poses an especially important challenge for HTML5 designed mobile enterprise applications, requiring substantial coding to support.